For more information, check out her websites: TheOriginalHeatherGraham. You can also find Heather on Facebook. Read an Excerpt Tension was high around the table, but then, there were thousands of dollars strewn out across the board, represented by colorful plastic chips. Because this was Vegas, where men and women could rise like meteors to the top of the world, then plummet to the bottom just as quickly. Jessy Sparhawk could feel the pressure, could feel the eyes of the other gamblers on her.
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Shelves: reads , queuemyreview Reviewed for queuemyreview. That line from The Sixth Sense, delivered by that child actor, has become one of the more famous, and infamously parodied, in recent history. It sent chills up my spine when I saw the movie and even now, just remembering gives me the shivers.
Im not sure what the continuing lure is for stories about ghosts, but its certainly an enduring part of every society and every generation. Heather Grahams latest romantic suspense, Reviewed for queuemyreview. Luckily for us, they use this power for good. And the starkly handsome private investigator who dragged the dead body off her is dogging her steps for information…and maybe just a bit more.
For him it began after the death of his parents, and he was lucky enough to meet up with a man who understood and nurtured his talent. Now he works for that man with a group of others like him…the Nightwalkers.
They provide assistance for the ghosts, helping them to move on. Dillon is in Vegas working on a case when he spots Jessy at the craps table. This story begins in the distant past in a Wild West saloon, and ends a few miles away in Vegas. Most everything in the story has meaning to both the past and the present. Ditto for anything other than the most cursory exploration of the backgrounds of the hero and heroine.
I became a Heather Graham fan a couple of years ago when my sister gave me a triology set for Christmas. With the current ebook explosion readers are becoming more and more incensed by bad editing and poorly written books. Most of this ire has been A neighbor gave me this book and because I have another neighbor who wants to read it I read it rather quickly. Most of this ire has been directed to self-published books. Her publisher owes it to the readers who purchase her books, in my opinion, to ensure that these books are not riddled with typos and mistakes.
Therefore I have given this book a 3. Some things can be overlooked in a good story, and this was a good story, but some things are so bad that an editor should have spotted them immediately.
I like Ms.
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